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OCH provides 20 medical specialties in a modern environment where technology is always advancing. But most importantly, OCH is part of your community — and we know what you mean to it. So no matter how much our technology changes, one thing never will: The healing power of personal attention, from our devoted medical family. Come see why OCH earns such high marks in patient satisfaction, year after year.

A True Healthcare Destination

20

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12

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300+

Doctors & Nurses

40,000+

Babies Delivered

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Find your home for primary care, orthopedics, sleep medicine, breast health and more.

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Full-Time Sports Medicine Orthopedic Surgeon Joins OCH

October 12, 2021

OCH Regional Medical Center has added a new orthopedic surgeon to its team. Dr. Jordan […] [ More ]

MEMA Sends Additional Staff to Aid OCH in COVID Response

September 1, 2021

Eight additional contract employees, including nurses and respiratory therapists, have joined the team at OCH […] [ More ]

Local Teen Nominates OCH Postpartum/Pediatrics Nurse for DAISY Award

May 17, 2021

OCH Regional Medical Center recently recognized Postpartum/Pediatrics Registered Nurse Abby Richardson with the DAISY Award. […] [ More ]

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Freddie Rasberry was discharged from the hospital on Thursday, but today, he and his wife, Anna Marie, came back with flowers from their garden to thank our staff. From environmental services to nursing and even ITS, they said the attitude of the staff made their stay pleasant and more enjoyable. When they needed to connect to WiFi, Tacara Black in ITS met Anna Marie in the dining area to help walk her through the process. Anna Marie said, “We had fun every time they came into our room! We enjoyed getting to know them and are going to miss them.” ... See MoreSee Less

Freddie Rasberry was discharged from the hospital on Thursday, but today, he and his wife, Anna Marie, came back with flowers from their garden to thank our staff. From environmental services to nursing and even ITS, they said the attitude of the staff made their stay pleasant and more enjoyable. When they needed to connect to WiFi, Tacara Black in ITS met Anna Marie in the dining area to help walk her through the process. Anna Marie said, “We had fun every time they came into our room! We enjoyed getting to know them and are going to miss them.”Image attachment

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How thoughtful! Praying Mr. Rasberry has a speedy recovery 🙏🏻

Precious couple!! ❤️❤️❤️

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As we celebrate Sterile Processing Week, we pay tribute to the critical role these professionals play in patient care every day. Sterile instruments used in surgeries and procedures are because of the detail-driven, quality-focused work of this team. Thanks for all you do! Pictured from left: Pam Collier, Kizzy Outlaw, Timmy Bedford, Shamra Taylor and Kiara Norton (not pictured: Jamie Thompson) ... See MoreSee Less

As we celebrate Sterile Processing Week, we pay tribute to the critical role these professionals play in patient care every day. Sterile instruments used in surgeries and procedures are because of the detail-driven, quality-focused work of this team. Thanks for all you do! 
Pictured from left: Pam Collier, Kizzy Outlaw, Timmy Bedford, Shamra Taylor and Kiara Norton (not pictured: Jamie Thompson)

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Thanks to these devoted employees!

Such a hard working group! ❤️

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These Starkville Academy pee-wee cheerleaders don’t just look cute in their pink bows; they made a $340 donation to the OCH Center for Breast Health & Imaging’s Patient Assistance Fund! This fund helps local women who are uninsured receive much-needed care. Thank you for making a difference in your community! ... See MoreSee Less

These Starkville Academy pee-wee cheerleaders don’t just look cute in their pink bows; they made a $340 donation to the OCH Center for Breast Health & Imaging’s Patient Assistance Fund! This fund helps local women who are uninsured receive much-needed care. Thank you for making a difference in your community!
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